Don't Ease Me In Black Throated Wind Peggy-O Jack Straw Loser Greatest Story Ever Told Cumberland Blues Dire Wolf Playing In The Band -> Uncle John's Band -> Playing In The Band
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider Big River Scarlet Begonias El Paso U.S. Blues -> Truckin' -> Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam -> Eyes Of The World -> Stella Blue Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad -> One More Saturday Night
Deadlist states that it only circulates in an AUD, Now this circulates as a SBD...
My lineage is SBD>MR>DATx3>Cassette>DATx2>ZA2>CDRx1>EAC>SHN. My DAT came from Tiedrich, so the
lineage here is gospel. Show is complete except no Seastones. Thanks to Andy for getting this
into our hot little hands. The cassette gen is consistent with a 'vault leak' by the late
July 1, 2020 Subject:
Billy the Drummer
This is some of Billy at his best. If you can focus on the drums the whole way through, it's a classically trained rock-n-roll drummer doing what a rock-n-roll drummer should do in providing rhythm and beat. And he does it in some very classic and also interesting ways. Listen closely to the drums. It's just Billy the whole way through. Great stuff.
On top of that, this is a great show. While I had tapes of shows, I think this was the first show I ever downloaded off the internet in 2000 off sugarmegs. I was hooked.
June 5, 2018 Subject:
while the boys sing round the fire
Already reviewed this show a few years back
but 'No Reviews' is like an empty canvas
or a freshly painted wall to a kid with spray paint.
This show doesn't immediately jump out by setlist
(Except for huge PITB>UJB>PITB to close set 1)
yet it really has that 1974 laid back mellowness throughout and the sound is EXCELLENT.
I just re-listened from Jack Straw to end of 1st set and that is some good old GD folks.
Uncle John's coming out of a heavy duty PITB space
is what it is all about. :)